Cats cap off a sweep with a big win

Sacramento starter Travis Banwart threw seven scoreless innings as the River Cats shut out Colorado Springs, 9-0, on Monday afternoon at Raley Field. The Cats (21-11) held the Sky Sox (13-19) to five total runs as the locals recorded a four-game sweep. On Monday, Banwart allowed three hits and one walk while striking out seven. […]

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Aggie Idol: from Gaga to crazy surprises

Details What: Aggie Idol competition among UC Davis student-athletes, to benefit Team Davis, a Special Olympics program When: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Where: Freeborn Hall, UC Davis Tickets: $8 in advance, available at the Freeborn Hall ticket office, online at http://www.tickets.com or by calling (530) 752-1915; $10 at the door Picture this in your mind … […]

Locals have close DLL junior encounters

The Davis Dodgers continued their strong play with a 12-6 victory over the local Athletics in Davis Junior Little League action last week. The Dodgers jumped on top 7-0 in the first two innings, then withstood rally after rally by the A’s to prevail. Helped by an inside-the-park home run by Nate Curtis, Adam Siegel […]

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UCD softball Senior Day spoiled by 6-2 loss to Cal Poly

Anna Cahn had a three-run home run in the top of the seventh inning Sunday to help Cal Poly spoil Senior Day for the UC Davis softball team. The Mustangs took a 6-2 victory at La Rue Field. Cal Poly made the most of its opportunities, scoring six runs on five hits. Rebecca Patton also […]

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Pacific tops Aggies in baseball series finale

STOCKTON — Eric Johnson was 4-for-5 while Scott Lyman and Justin Andrade each recorded three hits, but Pacific scored a run in the bottom of the eighth to escape a series sweep with a 5-4 win on Sunday at Klein Family Field in Stockton. UC Davis’ six-game winning streak comes to an end with the […]

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NBA roundup: Rondo’s heroic performance saves Celts

BOSTON — His left arm wrapped in a sleeve and dangling lifelessly by his side, Rajon Rondo broke for the basket and sailed past LeBron James for a layup. The dislocated elbow and stiff back weren’t going to stop him. Rondo still had one good arm — and his legs. The Celtics point guard had […]

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Giants’ late-inning magic continues

SAN FRANCISCO — Mike Fontenot made a big play with his glove in the top of the ninth inning. Then he came through with his bat. Just another routine day for Team Torture. Fontenot’s sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth drove in Aaron Rowand and lifted the Giants to a 3-2 victory over […]

River Cats blank Colorado Springs

Sacramento starter Guillermo Moscoso pitched six scoreless innings as the River Cats shut out Colorado Springs, 4-0, on Saturday night in front of 10,629 fans at Raley Field. Moscoso struck out eight batters (a season-high for a Cats pitcher) and allowed just one hit. Sacramento relievers pitched three more shutout innings as the four River […]

Aggie baseballers still streaking

STOCKTON — The UC Davis baseball team just keeps finding ways to get it done. On Saturday, Scott Lyman hit a two-run homer in the top of the seventh inning to give the Aggies the lead and Tom Briner struck out all five batters he faced as UCD took a 5-4 win over Pacific on […]

Seniors send DHS girls into lacrosse playoffs in style

The expression “going out with a bang” seems tailored to describe the manner in which Mari Cajandig and the rest of the Davis High girls’ lacrosse team’s seniors performed in their final acts on Friday night. Cajandig had six goals as all the seniors who saw the field either scored or prevented goals — in […]

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UCD football has a spring fling

Even with three of its top defensive linemen and two safeties who saw plenty of time on the field last season out with various injuries, Saturday’s UC Davis football Spring Game belonged to the defense. Junior cornerback Jonathan Perkins had the most exciting defensive play — a 43-yard interception return for a touchdown. But after […]

DHS pounds Elk Grove before key games next week

After beating the Davis High baseball team twice this year, Elk Grove rolled into town Friday looking to extend their undefeated record in Delta Valley Conference play. But the hometown Blue Devils stole the Herd’s thunder, dusting their rivals, 12-3. DHS (19-4-1, 10-3) shocked the league’s top team with a breakout offensive performance just two […]

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Les family reunites at UC Davis

In the midst of the — mostly — family-friendly fun at the Whole Earth Festival on the UC Davis campus on Friday afternoon, the Les family was having some fun of their own. Their celebration occurred in a small room just below Hamilton Court at The Pavilion, as former Sacramento Kings player Jim Les was […]

UCD women headed back to NCAA golf finals

AUBURN, Wash. — The NCAA women’s golf finals are becoming old hat for UC Davis seniors Alice Kim and Chelsea Stelzmiller. Kim fired a tournament-best-tying 6-under 66 during Saturday’s final round of the West Regional, helping propel the Aggie women to a third-place tie and their second berth in the national finals in the past […]